ARLINGTON, Va. (FOX 5 DC) - A crash caused major traffic headaches Tuesday morning for drivers in northern Virginia.
The crash, involving a car and a truck, happened around 6 a.m. in the northbound lanes of the George Washington Memorial Parkway near the Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge in the Arlington area.
FOX 5's Bob Barnard was on the scene and sad one of the vehicle overturned and debris were scattered on the roadway.
Delays continued into the morning. No injuries were reported. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
These are the vehicles involved in this morning's crash in the northbound lanes of GW Parkway near Rosslyn. The red pickup spilling its load onto the roadway. Not sure the condition of the sedan's driver. That car ended up on its roof. Traffic now moving. @fox5dc w/ @ErinFox5DC pic.twitter.com/0WvTA9GNrQ— Bob Barnard (@barnardfox5dc) June 25, 2019
Traffic not moving at all along GW Parkway northbound in Rosslyn Virginia. Apparently an accident spilled granite slabs across the surface with one car overturned. @fox5dc will have the very latest with @ErinFox5DC coming up on #GoodDayDC at 7 AM pic.twitter.com/GczjqkxBwH— Bob Barnard (@barnardfox5dc) June 25, 2019